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Where the Beers Are Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Take a tour of Northeast Florida’s microbreweries
Light It Up Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Meet a few of the many One Spark creators, then make your plans to see them all
Tangela Floyd and Brian Oakley transform slave folklore into modern explorations of racial identity
Parents rush to meet magnet application deadlines and students rejoice when they receive their acceptance letters in the mail. But would parents be so eager to send their students to these top-ranked …
The Power Meter Wednesday, July 8
POWER DOWN: The Florida Times UnionWith their award-averting web series, Busted, the T-U continues to aid in convicting those charged with crimes in the court of public opinion. The photos and …
The Power Meter Wednesday, July 8
POWER DOWN: Duval County Courthouse Chief Judge Mark MahonNearly one week ago, the prickly judge issued an order banning “demonstrations or dissemination of materials that degrade or call …
Thank You Notes Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Folks in Northeast Florida find many reasons to be grateful
THE PATIENT HUNGER Wednesday, July 15
For poet ANDRES ROJAS, inspiration can be found anywhere
The Yoga Issue Wednesday, January 9, 2013
While on WJCT’s First Coast Connect, then-candidate Mike Williams could have been mistaken for a young Sheriff John Rutherford: authority in his voice, confidence in his ability to lead the agency, exuding the ethos of a cop’s cop. He hit his pension reform talking points, spoke intelligently about the inner workings of the sheriff’s office, and he dug his feet deep into a stoic “tough on crime” stance.